Sunday, November 25, 2001

Girls basketball roundup




        • Chaminade-Julienne 61, St. Ursula 32, championship game of the Vandalia Butler Invitational — Senior guard Meghan Duffy scored 13 of her 20 points in the first half for Chaminade-Julienne, helping the Eagles to a 32-15 halftime lead over St. Ursula, the No.2 team in the Enquirer's Division I area coaches poll.

        Kristen Mahon and Monica Naltner each scored eight points for the Bulldogs.

        Forward Brandi Hoskins scored 17 points for the Eagles.

        St. Ursula (32) — Schroeder 2 0 5, Naltner 4 0 8, Grogan 2 0 4, Mahon 3 2 8, Paulin 3 1 7. Totals: 13 3 32.

        Chaminade (61) — Ligon 0 2 2, Gerry 2 0 5, Duffy 8 1 20, Goldsberry 3 0 9, Shafer 1 0 2, Kern 3 0 6, Hoskins 6 5 17. Totals: 17 5 61.

        St. Ursula ....... 6   9   8   9—32

        Chaminade ....... 21  11  15  14—61

        3-pointers: S—Schroder; C—Duffy 3, Goldsberry 3, Gerry. Records: S 1-1, C 2-0.

        • Roger Bacon 63, Withrow 44, at Withrow — Roger Bacon stepped up in the third quarter, when junior forward Laura Viox scored nine of her game-high 17 points. Fellow teammate Tasha Byrd also added 17 points.

        Michelle Kelly and Fran Knecht each scored 10 points for the Spartans.

        Ashante Pettijohn led Withrow with 11 points.

        Roger Bacon (63) — Fowler 0 1 1, Kelly 3 2 10, O'Campo 2 1 5, Byrd 8 0 17, Brunner 0 1 1, Holden 1 0 2, Knecht 5 0 10, Viox 8 0 17. Totals: 27 5 63.

        Withrow (44) — Willis 2 0 4, Hampton 3 2 9, Adkins 1 0 2, Johnson 3 2 8, Pettijohn 1 9 11, Galloway 1 0 2, Spivery 4 0 8. Totals: 15 13 44.

        Roger Bacon ....... 18  14  17  14—63

        Withrow ....... 16   8  11   9—44

        3-pointers: R—Kelly 2, Byrd, Viox 1. Records: R 1-0, W 0-1.

        • Goshen 73, Amelia 67, at Goshen — Goshen led 53-33 going into the fourth quarter, when Amelia's Kari Gillespie scored 11 of her 16 points to put the Barons back in the game. But Amelia was never able to take the lead because Goshen's Kelley Phillips scored 10 of her 18 points in the fourth quarter.

        Melissa Jones had 13 points and Meghan Marsh had 12 points for Goshen. Kris Emmert scored 16 points for Amelia.

        Amelia (67) — Shields 0 1 1, Votapek 3 0 7, Brown 1 0 2, Gillespie 6 1 16, Poole 1 0 3, Steinmetz 1 2 4, Burns 4 1 9, Emmert 7 2 16, Ell 2 0 5, Cammeresi 2 0 4. Totals: 27 7 67.

        Goshen (73) — Murphy 1 0 2, Marsh 2 8 12, Jones 5 3 13, Tedrick 0 1 1, Wainscott 0 4 4, Brock 2 0 5, Pels 3 2 8, Gallimore 5 0 10, Phillips 6 5 18. Totals: 24 23 73.

        Amelia ....... 12  11  10  34—67

        Goshen ....... 18  15  23  17—73

        3-pointers: A—Gillespie 3, Votapek, Poole, Ell; G—Phillips, Brock. Records: G 1-0, A 0-1.

        • Reading 56, Clermont Northeastern 38, at CNE — Senior guard Megan Murphy stormed out in the first half, scoring 10 out of Reading's 26 points. The Blue Devils held on in the fourth quarter by sinking eight of their 11 shots from the foul line.

        Reading senior center Christy Lawson scored a career-high 15 points. Trisha Creamer and Liz Cunningham of CNE combined for 10 of their team's 16 points in the third quarter. Creamer finished with 14 points.

        Reading (56) — Mi. Murphy 0 1 1, Me. Murphy 6 4 17, Sippola 1 2 4, Dixon 1 3 5, Ely 3 0 6, Gee 3 0 8, Lawson 6 3 15. Totals: 20 13 56.

        CNE (38) — Addis 1 1 3, Lovins 2 0 4, Lafferty 1 0 2, Elssas 0 2 2, Cunningham 4 0 8, Creamer 7 0 14, Schottelkotte 1 0 2, Hodge 1 1 3. Totals: 17 4 38.

        Reading ....... 19   7  18  12—56

        Clermont NE ....... 8   6  16   8—38

        3-pointers: R—Me. Murphy, Gee 2. Records: R 1-0, C 0-1.

        • Clark Montessori 33, Miami Valley Academy 27, at Clark — Clark Montessori trailed 13-10 in the first half, but freshman center Patrice Smoot stepped up in the second half, scoring 9 of her 15 points.

        Donnica Saunders led Miami Valley with 10 points.

        Miami Valley (27) — Adam 3 1 7, Saunders 5 0 10, Dundon 3 0 7, Bethel 1 1 3. Totals: .

        Clark (33) — Jackson 3 0 6, Meatchem 1 1 3, Beamon 1 1 3, Gibson 2 0 4, Metz 1 0 2, Smoot 7 1 15. Totals: 33.

        Miami Valley ....... 8   5   6   8—27

        Clark ....... 4   6  11  12—33

        3-pointers: M—Dundon. Records: C 1-0, M 0-1.

        • Valley View 46, Lebanon 37 at Valley View — Lebanon's Stephanie LeVan started a comeback in the fourth quarter, scoring eight points and getting her team within four points of Valley View's lead, but the Warriors never were able to get closer.

        Senior center Megan Coffman scored seven points in the third quarter and finished with 16 points for Valley View in its season opener.

        Lebanon (37) — Spring 2 1 5, Ball 0 2 2, Turner 1 1 3, Shaw 1 2 4, LeVan 7 5 19, Jones 2 0 4. Totals: 13 11 37.

        Valley View (46) — Carpenter 1 0 2, Strayer 2 3 8, S. Cox 3 1 8, Izor 2 5 9, Coffman 6 4 16, J. Cox 0 3 3. Totals: 14 16 46.

        Lebanon ....... 8   7   4  18—37

        Valley View ....... 7  10  13  16—46

        3-pointers: V—Strayer, S. Cox. Records: L 0-1, V 1-0.

        • New Richmond 51, Loveland 45, at New Richmond New Richmond was down 21-20 at halftime, but freshman forward Katie Middeler scored five points to spark the Lions' rally. Brooke Holman and Danielle Easter combined for 16 of New Richmond's 19 points in the fourth quarter.

        Nicole Wilson scored 17 points for Loveland.

        Loveland (45) — Partin 4 3 11, Smith 1 0 2, Gage 3 0 6, Wilson 7 0 17, Gruver 2 0 4, Brosemer 1 1 3, Jackson 1 0 2. Totals: 19 4 45.

        New Richmond (51) — Coslett 1 0 2, Holman 5 3 13, DiGeronimo 2 0 4, Blair 1 1 3, Easter 3 3 9, Middeler 4 1 9, Boys 1 0 2, Diesel 1 7 9. Totals: 18 14 51.

        Loveland ....... 9  12   4  20—45

        New Richmond ....... 7  13  12  19—51

        3-pointers: L—Wilson 3. Records: N 1-0, L 0-1.

        • Milford 46, Kings 40, at Milford — Senior guard Kelly Kinder led Milford by scoring 10 points in the first half to help the Eagles take a 30-17 halftime lead.

        Lauren Fox led Kings with 14 points, but the Knights' second-half rally fell short.

        Kelly Kinder made three of her four shots from the foul line in the fourth quarter to seal the victory for Milford.

        Kings (40) — Feldmeyer 4 2 11, Gallo 1 0 2, Bryant 1 3 5, McClung 4 0 8, Fox 6 2 14. Totals: 16 7 40.

        Milford (46) — Woods 1 2 4, Frazier 0 1 1, Kinder 3 5 13, Wilkins 3 0 6, Gudmens 2 1 6, Williams 1 1 3, Clayton 3 1 7, Gardner 2 2 6. Totals: 15 13 46.

        Kings ....... 11   6   9  14—40

        Milford ....... 16  14   9   7—43

        3-pointers: K—Feidmeyer; M—Kinder 2, Gudmens. Records: M 1-0, K 0-1.

        Middletown Madison 43, Preble Shawnee 33

        MIDDLETOWN MADISON (43) — Kroger 3 3 11, Rager 3 2 8, Norvell 2 8 12, Nance 1 1 3, Snowden 2 3 9. Totals: 11 17 43.

        PREBLE SHAWNEE (33) — Via 2 0 5, Garner 2 0 5, Spreessen 2 0 4, Risner 2 0 4, Bendel 0 1 1, Newkirk 2 1 5, Powell 1 0 2, Ford 3 0 7. Totals: 14 2 33.

        Midd. Madison ....... 15  12   5  11—43

        Preble Shawnee ....... 2  11  11   9—33

        3-pointers: M—Kroger 2, Snowden 2. S—Viam Garner, Ford. Records: M 1-0, P 0-1.

        Purcell Marian 85, Norwood 32

        NORWOOD (32) — Shaw 2 0 4, Burns 1 0 2, McCarthy 4 0 8, Hammond 3 0 6, Kassen 2 1 5, Durbin 0 2 2, Collins 1 3 5. Totals: 13 6 32.

        PURCELL MARIAN (85) — Rogers 2 0 4, Mason 0 1 1, Simpson 4 0 8, Hale 1 4 6, Finnell 6 5 17, Schuckman 2 1 5, P. White 6 2 14, Reese 8 3 19, A. White 5 1 11. Totals: 34 17 85.

        Norwood ....... 4  10  10   8—32

        Purcell Marian ....... 23  21  19  22—85

        3-pointers: none. Records: N 0-1, P 1-0.

        McAuley 54, Colerain 34

        MCAULEY (54) — Ryan 1 0 2, Hyle 3 0 6, Masur 4 0 10, Frazee 1 1 3, Hoffman 5 0 13, Frey 2 0 5, Koenig 0 1 1, Miller 1 0 2, Rosing 5 2 12. Totals: 22 4 54.

        COLERAIN (34) — Schmidthorst 2 0 4, Light 0 1 1, Mahler 1 3 5, Jones 1 0 2, Brown 4 0 8, Echols 3 2 10, Klettke 1 2 4. Totals: 12 7 34.

        McAuley ....... 12  11  19  12—54

        Colerain ....... 4   9  12   9—34

        3-pointers: M—Hoffman 3, Masur 2, Frey. C—Echols 2. Records: M 1-0, C 0-1.



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